Kimberly hosts the Sunday Post each week. I like to take part because it gives me an opportunity to look back at last week and forward to next week in both my personal life and my blog and book life! I also love to see what other people are doing and what books everyone is reading.
Some of our trees are starting to turn color which I love. Other trees in the area are already losing leaves. We had more rain this week and several roads and bike paths near our rivers are closed. The above photo shows a closed road we often drive on our way home. Our house is near the river, but is on a hill (thank goodness). We had a couple dry days and one part of the day with some sun. I loved seeing the sun after a week of cloudy days. In the above photos Donnie is loving the rare sunny day by rolling in the grass! When it’s raining he really doesn’t want to go outside…lol.
We’re taking care of Donnie for our son for at least another week or two. He’s on the East coast this week. We’re taking Donnie with us when we go to our daughter’s housewarming and birthday party this next weekend.
I’m still working on getting posts scheduled ahead. I visited a few favorite blogs last week, but kept getting interrupted.
- Sunday Post: Flowers are still blooming
- Can’t-Wait Wednesday: A Bad Bad Thing by Elena Forbes
- Review: Gun Shy by Donna Ball
- Review: Farmer in the Sky by Robert A. Heinlein
- Waiting on Wednesday
- Sunday Post
What I’m reading
- Still deciding what to read.
What I read last week
- What the Dog Ate by Jackie Bouchard
- After Anatevka: Live by Alexandra Silber
- Bitter Rain by Shannon Baker
Books I got this week — lots of good books on sale!
Citizen of the Galaxy by Robert A. Heinlein
Between Planets by Robert A. Heinlein
Rescue Me, Maybe by Jackie Bouchard
Bone Yard by Donna Ball
Rapid Fire by Donna Ball
The Shaman’s Bones by James D. Doss
Battlestar Suburbia by Chris McCrudden
Glass Houses by Louise Penny
The Science Fiction Hall of Fame, Vol. 2-A by Theodore Sturgeon (audiobook)
Until Tuesday by Luis Carol Montalvan (audiobook)
Two Kinds of Truth by Micahel Connelly (audiobook)
Terra Incognita by Connie Willis (Library book)
What did you do last week? What are your plans for next week?